Baltimore — Jones Lang LaSalle’s retail group has been selected by Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation as the property manager of The Village of Cross Keys north of downtown Baltimore.
Baltimore — Jones Lang LaSalle’s retail group has been selected by Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation as the property manager of The Village of Cross Keys, a two-level, open air retail center north of downtown Baltimore.
The Village of Cross Keys is a mixed-use center with 179,000 square feet of office space and an 81,000-square-foot retail center featuring Chico’s, Wiliams-Sonoma and Talbots. Located off of Interstate 83 in one of the premier residential pockets of Baltimore, the retail offerings on site are complemented by a 146-room Radisson Hotel, 700 residential units and a large office park.
“Jones Lang LaSalle Retail manages several of our high-profile retail properties across the United States, and we know the firm’s management team will deliver the highest-quality services for our merchants at The Village of Cross Keys,” says Joe Press, senior vice president, Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation.
“We’re pleased that Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation has chosen to expand its relationship with Jones Lang LaSalle Retail by selecting us to manage The Village of Cross Keys,” says Greg Maloney, president and CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle Retail.
Currently, Jones Lang LaSalle provides accounting and management services to several million square feet of space on behalf of Ashkenazy, including Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston; Union Station in Washington, D.C.; and the Rivercenter Mall in San Antonio.
Globally, Jones Lang LaSalle has a retail portfolio of 278 million square feet of property under management and leasing. For more information, visit www.joneslanglasalle.com.
Headquartered in New York City, Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation is a private real estate investment firm focusing on retail and office assets. Ashkenazy Acquisition has acquired over 13 million square feet of retail, office and residential properties, located throughout the United States and Canada.